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Jacard Coat

Added Nov 20, 2009

by freakusbzzz

Canberra, Australia






This was a “dry run” for a coat I was going to make myself.
I am pretty sure it was a burda pattern too.

Learnt a few things on this .. mainly not to make a coat with lapels again!
If I ever do get aorund to making mine I’ll make it more fitted.
This was for a friend.

I’ve still got the fabric for mine with teel green lining.

Material Notes

Silk lining
Snazzy buttons




Garment Type

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    Nov 21, 2009, 12.22 PMby hajnika

    Wow! Your coat is perfect,it’s beautifully made. I like the fabric too,what you used for your coat.

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    Nov 21, 2009, 02.51 AMby scheryka

    This is beautiful. I’ve wanted a suit like this fabric but too scared to cut the fabric for fear of messing it up. I’ll get to it though.

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    Nov 20, 2009, 05.44 PMby katensew

    A lovely job and I like the use of the fabric in reverse for the lapels and the jolly lining.

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    Nov 20, 2009, 03.18 PMby detoursal

    Beautiful jacket. I would never have guessed it was hand sewn. Very professional job.

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    Nov 20, 2009, 09.25 AMby milkyway

    I adore your jacket, please let me know the Burda pattern that you used. Your work looks very pro, the collar and everypart of it iare very neat, looks just perfect, You did it great

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